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Can this Java code convert to Javascript code

Phoebe Song
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Hi everyone,

I have a Java method that I'd like convert it to JavaScript function, is this conversion doable? Here is the Java code.
Bear Bibeault
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Where's your attempt? What problems are you having with it?


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Phoebe Song
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I need to use this function either at Server side or at Client side. If I can convert this code to JavaScript function, then I can use it at the client side, which is much much simpler. If I can't, I've to summit a request to call this function at Server side. I'd prefer use it at client side.
Bear Bibeault
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Bear Bibeault wrote:Where's your attempt? What problems are you having with it?
Phoebe Song
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The problem is 2 dimensional array in Java, however in JavaScript, when I try to define 2 dimensional Array, I have a syntax problem. Say how to define this two lines in JavaScript.
Bear Bibeault
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Step back for a moment and contemplate: ignoring syntax, what is a 2-D array, really?
Phoebe Song
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Here is the code I converted to.
Phoebe Song
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I have a syntax error for these lines:


How to replace 2-D array in JavaScript,Use Object?
Tim McGuire
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Yes, you just need to use the correct syntax. to get there, it would help you if you first did Mr. Bibeault's exercise.

Step back for a moment and contemplate: ignoring syntax, what is a 2-D array, really?


and (http://www.hunlock.com/blogs/Mastering_Javascript_Arrays) has a complete explanation of javascript array creation and use.

 
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